Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Tarun Tahiliani is no stranger to the bridal market, he knows what brides want– and that’s to look and feel like a princess. The show started with a contemporary dance performance by the Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts.the runway show was punctuated by their fluid, graceful movements that were a perfect marriage with Tarun’s couture collection. The line was split up into three very distinct collections; first up was:The Golden Collection Created with the luxurious Italian lamé jersey, it had a very Grecian vibe to it.
The fifth edition of Aamby Valley India Bridal Fashion Week in association with AZVA at the Hotel Grand Hyatt, Mumbai commenced on Day 1 with Jyotsna Tiwari’s collection at AVIBFW.
Inspired by the seven colours from the Navratan jewellery collections, Worlddestination.com presented Jyotsna Tiwari’s magnificent collection called “Elohim” that opened the 5th edition of the Aamby Valley India Bridal Fashion Week 2013 on Day One. The venue was decorated with thousands of white blossoms that bloomed from 12 trees that lined the ramp. Floral arches edged the giant doors on the stage and the mood was set for a glamorous presentation of bridal wear.
Opening the show with a beautiful white tulle gown with a crystal bodice, Jyotsna enchanted the audience with more glittering creations. Embroidered lace over peach tulle created a magical floor kissing creation and lehengas were teamed with corsets sparkling with 3D appliqués. The sari gown-cum-lehenga had a dramatic tulle pallav, while the fuchsia net rouched embellished creation was a dream to behold.
Monday, December 09, 2013
This anarkali is crafted with the richness of heritage crafts. The grandeur is added by the gold sequined bodice coupled with the kundan work bordered dupatta. Further enhancing the look are the embroidered pink panels and borders with tilla work.
This scarlet lehenga enriched with rhinestones and bugle beads all over spells opulence; making for an especially flattering choice for special occasions. The wine colored choli and yellow dupatta add to the shimmering style of the outfit.
Spicing up the cream backdrop of this net anarkali are the neon green jacket encrusted with sequins and blue hem enriched with tilla work. The glittering silver sequins encrusted on the bodice and hem look bedazzling, coupled with beaded dupatta.